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Are you feeling the need to escape to nature? 

a yellow umbrella in front of a building

In honor of National Park and Recreation Month in July, Hyatt is offering an additional 2,000 bonus points per stay at three of its properties.

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Clearly Hyatt is looking to drum up some business at a few of their newer properties, and I can’t say I blame them, especially during the scorching summer months. Unfortunately, despite my status as a travel-obsessed globetrotter, I’ve never made it myself out to this part of the country (It’s one of those take it for granted things). However, you’re already looking to book travel this could be a good opportunity to earn some extra bonus points, and the hotels do look pretty nice.

a building with a hill in the background a patio with chairs and umbrellas a fire pit with chairs in front of a building

Has anyone stayed at one of these properties before? Are they really as nice as they look? Are you willing to take me along with you? Sound off below!

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